Cyber espionage moves out of the shadows

During the first half of 2013, AppRiver screened more than 15 billion messages, nearly 13 billion of which were spam and another 171 million that carried viruses. Once again, …

U.S. legislators introduce Aaron’s Law

As the Internet’s influence on global commerce, culture and information continues to tread new ground, there is a need to update and reform outdated laws that threaten …

Guantanamo cuts off Wi-Fi access due to OpGTMO

The U.S. military, under whose command is the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base and the infamous prison of the same name that currently houses over 150 prisoners, has decided to shut …

Four LulzSec hackers handed prison sentences

Four LulzSec members have been sentenced today at Southwark Crown Court for taking part in the 2011 attacks against a series of high-profile websites and publishing user …

Researchers reveal OpUSA attackers’ MO

Anonymous’ highly publicized Operation USA has not been the resounding success they expected it to be. Sure, the number of sites sporting a page containing messages from …

Anonymous’ OpUSA is under way

Anonymous’ “Operation USA” began yesterday and among its first confirmed victims is the Honolulu Police Department. According to Hawaii News Now, the …

Sony Pictures LulzSec hacker sentenced

25-year-old LulzSec hacker Cody Kretsinger (aka “recursion”) has been sentenced to spend one year in prison for his involvement in the Sony Pictures Entertainment …